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21st Century Entrepreneurship
Jordan Schindler: the Future of Health Care Through Clothing

21st Century Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 22:58


In this episode, we discuss how clothing may provide a platform for delivering active ingredients in modern medicine. We explore the challenges of changing consumer behaviour and how getting dressed every morning could be utilized as an effective healthcare tool. We look at how these new fabrics can help people address their health concerns through everyday apparel. Our special guest was Jordan Schindler, CEO of Nufabrx, a company that uses medicated fabrics to provide relief directly through clothing. Jordan was more than happy to discuss a range of topics, including how developing a new product category took years of research and development as well as expert help, creating successful products, consolidating the supply chain's advantages, filling weaknesses and addressing blind spots for entrepreneurs, critical changes in both Jordan's business and personal life since he started the company 10 years ago. Listen to the episode now to learn more about how clothing can be used for health care and what challenges Jordan faced when he started his own business!

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Schindler's List (Colorized)

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 104:14


Andrew and Ethan discuss their favorite movies, Eric from China and Ethan's life story.

The Entrepreneur Way
2059: How You Are Going to be Able to Predict the Future with Jordan Schindler Founder and Owner of Nufabrx

The Entrepreneur Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 40:23


Jordan Schindler is on a mission to simplify health and wellness. As the Founder/CEO of Nufabrx, he built the #1 fastest growing company in the region as named by Charlotte Business Journal, and has developed and launched a new category of products to 8-figure revenue and nationwide retail “This back to this idea of perseverance… It's trying to figure out what you do and what you know better than other people. What insights do you have that you can build a business around? The other one that we have adopted is get to ‘no'. How do you try to get to an answer as fast as possible… Sometimes that no teachers us a lot”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-nrJ

Wellness Force Radio
Sal Di Stefano | Why Men NEVER Grow Up: The Biggest Lie Ever Sold About Fatherhood + How Society Glorifies Staying Single By Shaming Mothers

Wellness Force Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 110:37


One of the biggest lies ever sold to men: getting married means the fun is over, life is over… Men who believe that lie never grow up... They're consumers. They're easily manipulated and they don't care. They don't care about a lot of stuff… When you become a dad, and you have a family, and you're devoted to your family, everything changes including your consuming habits. - Sal Di Stefano Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness + Wisdom Episode 494 Creator of MAPS Fitness Programs, and Mind Pump Podcast host and co-founder, Sal Di Stefano, joins Josh Trent for the first time on Wellness + Wisdom Podcast to discuss his journey from fitness to podcasting, his growth from divorcing his first wife, and how it brought him closer with his children. Are you ready to discover how the idea of fatherhood has changed for Sal, and what lies our society is telling men about being a father and husband? Join Sal and Josh to find out what it means to become a man, why we don't truly know our children and why we should be more present with them, and how to grow through discomfort.   Listen To Episode 494 As Sal Di Stefano Uncovers: [1:30] Following Family Values And Traditions Sal Di Stefano Mind Pump Media Mind Pump Podcast: Josh Trent Of Wellness Force On The Future Of Tech In Fitness & Beyond 437 Josh Trent | Death & Rebirth: Why I'm Saying Goodbye to Wellness Force… The things that happen to us vs the things that happen for us. Why Sal sees his journey as a blessing, even though it was difficult and painful. What it was like being raised in a traditional Italian family that immigrated to the USA and didn't have much money. The sense of responsibility: Being the oldest son and feeling like a father to his 3 siblings. Following the family tradition and getting married at the age of 22 to a girl with a similar background.   [10:30] Marriage And Growing Apart How divorce can break you and why Sal didn't want to be a weekend dad. Ending a 15-year marriage and asking himself: What did I do wrong? Why did it not work out? Getting into a marriage because of his family values, and putting all his time into making money and working hard. What he believed a dad's job was and how different values led to a lot of fights. Avoidance in Sal's marriage: Burying conflicts and not understanding the importance of growing together. Our modern culture: Glorifying being a single man who's having fun VS your life being over when you get married and have children. What made Sal feel like he was missing out and feel resentful.   [14:20] How Resentful Thoughts + Feelings Are Created One of the biggest lies that is sold to us according to Sal. Peter Pan Syndrome in men, how it's related to consumerism, and how men change as consumers when they become fathers. Objective VS subjective morality. Why men with children and are devoted to their spouses are happy, and why middle-aged female executives without children are the least happy. Facing mortality: What do people wish they had done more of in their lives? How Sal's challenges in life made him who he is now.   [19:35] Searching For Novelty VS Becoming A Man Why novelty makes us feel alive and the connection with the limbic brain. Getting pleasure without the work and having access to what you want all the time: Why is it a problem? The current problems are not new problems, it's a new environment. Envy: One of the 7 deadly sins has been around for thousands of years but the circumstances are different now. Why Sal thinks a good woman turns you from a boy into a man. Differences between men and women: The biological clock, emotional attachment. Chris Rock: “A man would live in a cardboard box if that's all he needed to do.” Jordan Peterson The spiral of evolution: The right woman will make a man grow. Why older adults in long-term relationships have better sex.   [23:30] Do We Really Know Our Children? Sal shares why not exercising actually hurts more than doing an exercise, and why eating whatever you want is not enjoyable. His life after divorce: Trying to be present for his children and have a good relationship with his ex-wife. How divorce finally brought Sal closer to his children, and how his view on day-to-day tasks completely changed. What makes him feel guilty about raising kids with his second wife. Josh shares his experience with taking care of his son and getting to know him.   [27:12] Providing For The Family How to provide for your family: Creating a balance between what you produce with your wants. The ways Sal would provide for his family if his life was more unfavorable, and why the values he has matter. Why he tries to not be on his phone even when his son plays by himself. Child development: Why the first 7 years are pivotal for our children.   [29:00] What It Means to Be Present How to drive more value from our behavior and the importance of presence. The difference between modern hunter-gatherers and us: Why are we always distracted? Why we need to practice presence and how to get better at it. Josh explains why the monkey brain is a construct of the default mode network and how our brain is impacted by trauma. Sal tells how he tried meditation for the first time and thought it wasn't for him. You have to practice to become better. Why he places himself in situations where it's hard to get distracted.   [35:08] The Mind And Body Connection How Sal healed from Asthma in his adulthood. Breathwork.io The connection between muscles and our breath. Sal explains the types of asthma treatments and how they work. How our triggers and fear can trigger asthma attacks and contract the muscles. Why he only uses an inhaler once a year now, and why he believes our mind and body play an important role in healing. Joe Dispenza Bruce Lipton What it means, “the body is the subconscious mind.” Arnold Schwarzenegger   [38:45] Growing Through Discomfort How Sal's insecurity motivated him to change, and why he liked the empowering aspect of fitness. Learning acceptance and the value of struggle through long-term fitness training, and why he started liking the journey more than the goal. Why he believes you can get better at anything if you practice enough and why you shouldn't be afraid to suck. What is the flinch response that's stopping us from doing things?   [41:25] Sal's Life-Changing Health Pivot Why Sal likes growth more than he hates discomfort. He talks about the radical fitness approach that he had to change his body and how it led him to Crohn's disease. Why he hired wellness experts for his clients but never actually used them for himself until he got sick. The reason he avoided looking at himself in the mirror for a year and what happened when he finally did. Why it's important to not dwell on the parts that we don't have control over but acknowledge them. What it means that we are meaning making machines according to Josh.   [45:32] Religion, Faith, And God Why is there a clash of faith VS our earthly senses and logic? What it's like being raised Catholic without spiritual practice. How our spirituality connects us to our mortality. Why Sal thought the religious idea of God only serves to control people. The good and the bad in people: How does it compare to religion? The Bible - Isaiah 45:7 What it means “I am everything and I am nothing at the same time.” Sal reveals why having a potential for good also indicates that you have a potential for bad. Why superheroes are not brave but regular mortal humans are. 405 Tim Corcoran | Vision Quest: How To Find Your Place In The Ecology of Life, Purpose Mountain & Spiritual Courage 457 Josh Trent: Solocast | Healing The Father Wound, 100+ Hours Fasting, Vision Questing + Being Alone With Mother Nature's Wisdom Josh's experience at Vision Quest: Stripping away distractions to awaken the subconscious.   [53:28] Growth + How Vulnerability Helps Us Grow MPM: 1480 How To Find Peace & Meaning Amid Chaos With Bishop Robert Barron What Sal means when he says "without Hitler, there would be no Schindler." Helping someone because we have the choice: Would there be a potential for good without our consciousness? The ways in which having children, getting a divorce, and finding a new partner made Sal mature. How caring about something other than yourself makes you more vulnerable and grow as a person. 484 Stefan Chmelik | Vagus Nerve Toning: The Science + Spirit of Healing From Stress With Sensate The value of growing together: Learning from past mistakes and your partner, understanding your differences, and changing together. How having a podcast helps Sal process his thoughts and provides him with deep conversations.   [58:42] From Fitness to Podcasting MPM Co-host: Adam Schafer MPM Co-host: Justin Andrews How Sal got to know his co-hosts better in 2 years than some of his best friends. MPM Producer: Doug Egge How he got to work with Adam and Justin, and created a fitness program and a podcast. Why he feels blessed but not lucky. Starting a podcast 8 years ago: The blessing of being at the right place at the right time. How being a personal trainer helped Josh become a great podcaster. What the most important factors of a good personal trainer are to Sal, and how your sales skills can make you a better trainer. Paleo Conference - Austin, Texas Josh talks about the first time he met Sal and how he felt about his podcast. Why approaching fitness lineary doesn't work long-term: Why we should ignore the relationship we have with food and exercise. Shawn Stevenson: The Model Health Show 384 Shawn Stevenson | Eat Smarter: Use the Power of Food to Reboot Your Metabolism, Upgrade Your Brain, and Transform Your Life Why simple things are not always easy.   [01:10:30] Healing As A Family How Josh discovered his relationship with food wasn't healed when he became father. Why healing is like a spiral that contracts and expands. 333 Dr. Kelly Brogan | The Spiral Path: How To Own & Love Your Self Why Sal wanted his children to always be happy after the divorce and got in the way of his new wife developing a relationship with them at first. Jessica Di Stefano Fear of the damage the divorce could cause his children: Protecting them from feeling negative emotions. How Sal's wife makes an effort to grow together: Talk therapy and leading by example. Arthur Brooks   [01:17:00] Why We Can't Avoid the Small Things What beliefs make Sal avoidant in the relationship with his wife: Avoiding the small fights only to get into a big fight. You can't avoid life's challenges and discomfort. The price we have to pay for whatever path we choose. Why Sal never wanted to marry and have kids again until he met Jessica. The moment he realized he truly liked and wanted to be with his Jessica.   [01:22:07] Letting Go to Come Together The fear and anxiety Sal experienced during his wife's pregnancy and birth. Why the last pregnancy made him feel joy. Dr. John Gottman The challenges of blended families: Why it takes 5 years to fully integrate. 451 Laura Coe | Understanding Akashic Records: How To Live Your Dharma, Spiritual Bypassing, Twin Flames & Soul Mates Twin Flame and soulmates: There's only one twin flame for us but many soulmates. Why there's more conflict with our twin flames.   [01:27:29] Becoming a Father: The Identity Death The different childhood experiences Sal and Jessica had growing up. Why you and your partner should believe they are meant for each other to be able to grow together for the rest of their lives. The ways in which Josh experienced his identity death when he and Carrie became parents. Why we need to have to do things differently when we have a family, and how Sal fought that his life changed after he became a father.   [01:34:00] The Gift of Struggle Chris Kresser MPM: 620 Chris Kresser On The Chronic Disease Equation, The Potato Hack For Fat Loss, The Disease Worse Than Being Eaten By A Shark & MORE 140 Unconventional Medicine – Chris Kresser Why it's easy for us to eat potato chips but we wouldn't eat the same amount if it was a boiled potato. MPM: 1480 How To Find Peace & Meaning Amid Chaos With Bishop Robert Barron MPM: 910 Paul Chek Paul Chek Paul Chek's ritual before eating a meal. How Sal finds objective human truth in religion and cultural crossovers. MPM: 1792 The Secrets Of Happy People With Arthur C. Brooks The Matrix movie Why we need the struggle to be happy. 369 Paul Chek | All Is God: Three Part Series How being humble plays a role in receiving wisdom. The ways in Sal redefined wellness for himself and why he always tries to be open. Resistance Training Revolution by Sal Di Stefano Why it's important to find a community to learn what you're interested in as well as against.   Power Quotes From The Show The Vulnerability Of Fatherhood "Being a dad, you definitely realize how invincible you were before in the sense that you've never been vulnerable like you are the second you care about something more than yourself." - Sal Di Stefano   Facing Mortality: What Is It That Truly Matters? "If you look at studies on people who are faced with their mortality, people with chronic disease who have a year to live, people on the death bed… Nobody says I wish I worked more or I made more money. Everybody says I wish I spent more time with my kids, I wish I had kids, or I wish stayed with that partner, I wish I was more with my family and friends." - Sal Di Stefano   Same Problems, New Environment "These problems that we have today are actually not new problems. It's a new environment… The reason why people are unhappy now is although we have more, they can see the next guy that has more than they do, as they compare themselves. That's not a new problem… This is human behavior. I don't think they're new problems, I think we have different circumstances. Human behavior doesn't change, I think we still have to learn the same lessons." - Sal Di Stefano   Links From Today's Show  Dr. John Gottman 451 Laura Coe | Understanding Akashic Records: How To Live Your Dharma, Spiritual Bypassing, Twin Flames & Soul Mates MPM: 1480 How To Find Peace & Meaning Amid Chaos With Bishop Robert Barron 484 Stefan Chmelik | Vagus Nerve Toning: The Science + Spirit of Healing From Stress With Sensate The Bible - Isaiah 45:7 405 Tim Corcoran | Vision Quest: How To Find Your Place In The Ecology of Life, Purpose Mountain & Spiritual Courage 457 Josh Trent: Solocast | Healing The Father Wound, 100+ Hours Fasting, Vision Questing + Being Alone With Mother Nature's Wisdom Mind Pump Media Mind Pump Podcast: Josh Trent Of Wellness Force On The Future Of Tech In Fitness & Beyond 437 Josh Trent | Death & Rebirth: Why I'm Saying Goodbye to Wellness Force… Jordan Peterson Joe Dispenza Bruce Lipton Arnold Schwarzenegger MPM Co-host: Adam Schafer MPM Co-host: Justin Andrews MPM Producer: Doug Egge Paleo Conference - Austin, Texas Shawn Stevenson: The Model Health Show 384 Shawn Stevenson | Eat Smarter: Use the Power of Food to Reboot Your Metabolism, Upgrade Your Brain, and Transform Your Life 333 Dr. Kelly Brogan | The Spiral Path: How To Own & Love Your Self Jessica Di Stefano Arthur Brooks Chris Kresser MPM: 620 Chris Kresser On The Chronic Disease Equation, The Potato Hack For Fat Loss, The Disease Worse Than Being Eaten By A Shark & MORE 140 Unconventional Medicine – Chris Kresser MPM: 1480 How To Find Peace & Meaning Amid Chaos With Bishop Robert Barron MPM: 910 Paul Chek Paul Chek MPM: 1792 The Secrets Of Happy People With Arthur C. Brooks The Matrix movie 369 Paul Chek | All Is God: Three Part Series Resistance Training Revolution by Sal Di Stefano Shop the Wellness Force Media Store breathwork.io Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Feel Free from Botanic Tonics – Save 40% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS40' PLUNGE - Save $150 with the code "WELLNESSFORCE' MitoZen - Save 10% with the code "WELLNESSFORCE" Activation Products - Save 20% with the code "WELLNESSFORCE" Essential Oil Wizardry: Save 10% with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Sal Di Stefano Instagram Twitter Facebook   About Sal Di Stefano Sal picked up his first weight at the age of 14. A painfully skinny teenager, he felt insecure about his physique and his lack of muscle and strength. Fitness was a way for him to apply hard work and effort towards changing and re-inventing himself. A natural intellect, Sal devoured every fitness, physiology and nutrition publication he could get his hands on. His appetite for knowledge is voracious and he used his passion for learning to maximize his own body's potential. 4 years later Sal walked into his local 24 Hour Fitness gym and applied to be a personal trainer. He quickly became a top performer and, at the age of 19 was promoted to the position of general manager with as many as 40 employees working under him. During this period of time, Sal learned to master skills of sales, marketing, and communication and his gyms broke records in sales and production. At the age of 22, Sal became an entrepreneur. He opened a wellness and personal trainer facility that offered one on one training, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, hormone testing, and acupuncture. At the age of 28 Sals health took a bad turn.   Sal's Wellness Journey The years of training his own personal body with excessive amounts of intensity in the pursuit of more muscle combined with the abuse of supplements caused his body to rebel. He lost 15 lbs of muscle and at one point believed he may have an autoimmune disorder. This forced Sal to change his personal approach to fitness. He made health a priority and he visited his insecurities that caused him to abuse his body. It took him a full year of study and learning to transform yet again. Sal learned about gut health, hormone health and how to prioritize health over appearance. He healed his body and changed how he communicates fitness and health and was re-invigorated with a new sense of purpose. Although this was a challenging time for him, it is literally what formed his view on health and how he communicates it to this day.   MAPS Programming At 33 years old Sal met Doug Egge who became his client. They formed a close friendship and together they created the first Maps program. Sal was the designer of the workout plan and Doug created the marketing material behind it. Their goal was to shatter the failed muscle-building workout ideas that Sal had personally witnessed as entirely ineffective. They knew that MAPS programming would be vastly superior. Their challenge was how to bring this to the masses. 2 years later Sal met Adam and Justin and together with Doug they started Mind Pump. The goal with Mind Pump was simple... Bring quality fitness and health information to the masses with integrity and honesty. Sal wanted to shift the direction of the fitness industry from an aesthetic insecurity-based industry to a self-love and self-care health industry. He knew this could be accomplished with education through entertainment.

Rabbi Zushe Greenberg
Consistency Is The Name Of The Game - Rabbi A Schindler's visit to the Rebbe's Farbrengen (Parshat Toldot)

Rabbi Zushe Greenberg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 17:21


Consistency Is The Name Of The Game Rabbi A Schindler's visit to the Rebbe's Farbrengen. (Parshat Toldot)

The Extra Credits
Top 10 Steven Spielberg Movies | Our Mixed Feelings on 'The Fabelmans'

The Extra Credits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 157:13


Kelsi is back! We explore our relationship to Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans, and we attempt to rank Spielberg's top 10 movies! Our top 10 Spielberg movies range from E.T., Raiders of the Lost Arc (Indiana Jones), West Side Story, Saving Private Ryan, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, War of the Worlds (Tom Cruise), Schindler's list, Catch Me If You Can (Leonardo DiCaprio), Minority Report, Jurassic Park, and Jaws.Our Top 10 Spielberg Ranking (45:12)Send requests, questions, and thoughts to our email: extracreditspod@gmail.comPlease rate and review us on your podcast platform!Apple PodcastsSpotifyFollow our Tik Tok: The Extra CreditsFollow our Instagram: @extracreditspodFollow our Letterboxd: The Extra CreditsFollow our Twitter: @theextracreditsThe Intro Music

2 Queens and a What?
Thanksgiving Leftovers

2 Queens and a What?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 58:10


Hope you had a good holiday. We are still eating our leftovers. This week's movie was Schindler's List. Next wee is The Pink Panther from 1963. Email us at 2QueensWhat@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-burns1/message

Classical Music Discoveries
Episode 57: 19057 Williams: The Fabelmans

Classical Music Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 31:20


 Sony Music Masterworks today releases THE FABELMANS (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) by five-time Academy Award® winner JOHN WILLIAMS. Available everywhere now, the album features an original musical score composed by Williams for director Steven Spielberg's deeply personal cinematic memory of the forces, and family, that shaped his life and career. The soundtrack marks the latest collaboration between Spielberg and Williams, whose longstanding creative partnership spans nearly 50 years and 30 films. From E.T., Jaws, and Jurassic Park to Schindler's List, Lincoln, and Saving Private Ryan, Williams and Spielberg's collaborations have produced some of the most iconic and well-recognized music in film history. THE FABELMANS (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) TRACKLISTING – 1. The Fabelmans 2. Mitzi's Dance 3. Sonatina in A Minor, Op. 88 No. 3: III. Allegro burlesco – Friedrich Kuhlau 4. Midnight Call 5. Reverie 6. Mother and Son 7. Sonatina in C Major, Op. 36 No. 3: Spiritoso – Muzio Clementi 8. Reflections 9. Concerto in D Minor, BWV 974: II. Adagio – Johann Sebastian Bach 10. New House 11. The Letter 12. The Journey Begins (includes excerpt from Joseph Haydn: Sonata No. 48 in C Major, HOB. XVI: 35: I. Allegro con brio)  **All tracks composed by John Williams unless otherwise denoted Purchase the music (without talk) at Itunes or Amazon. Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!Donate (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) staff@classicalmusicdiscoveries.com

2 Queens and a What?
It's Only A Paper Moon

2 Queens and a What?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 70:12


Megan had a good day. We are obsessed with White Lotus. We love 1973s Paper Moon starring Ryan and Tatum O'Neil Our Thaksgiving movie is Schindler's List. Oy vey! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-burns1/message

Vintage Sand
Vintage Sand Episode 42: Alternate Oscars - 1990's Edition

Vintage Sand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 93:35


In Episode 42, Team Vintage Sand returns yet again to the source of some of our most popular episodes: Danny Peary's hard-to-find 1993 classic "Alternative Oscars". In the past, we have used Peary's model to approach the Best Picture Academy Awards from the 1930's, the 1950's, the 1970's, the 1980's and the 2000's. For this episode, we hop in the Way-Back Machine and travel to one of the most interesting periods in film history: the 1990's. As best described in Peter Biskind's must-read book "Down and Dirty Pictures", that decade began with the promise of an honest-to-goodness revival of independent films emerging from smaller companies, most notably Miramax. It was also marked by the rise of the Sundance Festival, a time long before that event became the completely corporatized show it is now. That period, from roughly 1989-1995, witnessed the arrival of such new voices as Steven Soderbergh, Richard, Linklater, Todd Haynes, Kevin Smith, Carl Franklin, John Dall and most notably Quentin Tarantino. But that fertile era came to a crashing halt with the sale of Miramax to Disney, and the subsequent absorption of most of the smaller production companies into the studio conglomerates. As a result, things turned a bit flabby in the middle of the decade, only to return with a boom in 1999, considered by many film historians to be one of the great years in the history of the medium. Another interesting aspect of the 90's with regards to the Oscars is that unlike in the other decades which we have examined, the Academy made an unusual number of solid choices for Best Picture, such as "The Silence of the Lambs", "Unforgiven" and "Schindler's List". Who could argue with that? (Hint: us.) But there were plenty of head scratchers as well, such as "Dances with Wolves" over "Goodfellas", "The English Patient" over "Fargo" and perhaps most egregiously, "Forrest Gump" over "Pulp Fiction". So kick back, relax and join us as we return to a uniquely fascinating decade, and remember: you're entering a world of pain, Smokey. A world of pain…

The Competing for Christ Podcast
Don't Leave God on the Bench! with CEDE Sports COO and Author Bob Schindler

The Competing for Christ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 41:54


Do you ever feel like you don't bring God onto the field with you? "Leaving God on the bench" is a concept that many in the Christian athlete setting have wrestled with, simply because it feels like they don't feel like they show God through their play. Bob Schindler, CEDE Sports Ministries COO and author of Does God Care Who Wins, joins the podcast today to discuss this hard-hitting issue. As Bob played Division 1 and professional golf, Bob struggled with wondering if God cares who wins in the sports we play and the things we are passionate about. This question transpires into conversation between Bob and Ken on: Leaving God on the bench versus "bringing" God on the field Why Bob wrote this book Having a Christian mindset in athletics The harm of saying "God's on our side!" Go get the Does God Care Who Wins book now! Check out CEDE Sports Ministries! Hit that subscribe button, give us a rating, and go follow us on social media @competingforchristpodcast!

The Low Carb Athlete Podcast
Episode #475 Dr. Bill Schindler on How to Eat Like a Human

The Low Carb Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 87:23


Bill Schindler, PhD is the author of Eat Like a Human: Nourishing Foods and Ancient Ways of Cooking to Revolutionize Your Health and is an internationally known archaeologist, primitive technologist, and chef. He explores the role of technology in our ancestral dietary past by combining archaeological research and ethnographic fieldwork. He founded and directs the Eastern Shore Food Lab with a mission to preserve and revive ancestral dietary approaches to create a nourishing, ethical, and sustainable food system and, along with his wife, Christina operate the Modern Stone Age Kitchen, a foodery designed to provide nourishing food created using ancestral approaches maximizing safety, nutrient density and bioavailability to the community where he serves as the executive chef. He was the focus of Wired magazine's YouTube series, Basic Instincts and Food Science, and he co-starred in the National Geographic Channel series The Great Human Race, which aired in 2016 in 171 countries. Dr. Bill Schindler Director & Founder of the Eastern Shore Food Lab Chief Operating Officer of the Modern Stone Age Kitchen  Adjunct Associate Professor University College of Dublin During our discussion, you will learn what drives Dr. Bill to revolutionize health through ancestral cooking, the importance of understanding the ancestral approach to food,  what humans do wrong in nutrition, and the basics of making real food. You will also discover the benefits of real nutrient-dense food to endurance athletes and the things you can eat during exercises that are easy to digest. Tune in to learn more! Episode resources: The book: Eat Like a Human https://modernstoneagekitchen.com/   Timestamps: [02:05] Dr. Bill Schindler's background information [04:25] The Holistic Method Comprehensive Coaching Program [19:49] What drives Dr. Bill to revolutionize health through ancestral cooking [24:29] The importance of understanding the ancestral approach to food [25:06] What humans do wrong in nutrition [29:45] The ancestral diet [40:01] Being fit and healthy by eating real nutrient-dense food [41:29] The basics of making real food [43:23] The right food to eat [56:21] Ways to think about eating plants and animals [01:03:35] Recommendations for people introducing organ meat into their diet [01:06:01] The benefits of real nutrient-dense food to the endurance athlete [01:15:25] Things you can eat during exercises that are easy to digest Notable quotes “The thing about humans that is different from any other animal on the planet is that we eat diets that we are not biologically designed to consume.” “After the industrial revolution in the 1700s, many people were disconnected from producing food and became consumers. This caused an increase in food processing, making it more dangerous.” “Most plant toxins occur in the seeds, nuts, grains, and legumes. Soaking and fermenting help with reducing the toxins.” “Liver is one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet.” Connect with us: Dr. Bill Schindler Website: https://eatlikeahuman.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-bill-schindler-46243211 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drbillschindler Twitter: https://twitter.com/drbillschindler?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbillschindler/ Debbie Potts Website: https://debbiepotts.net/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thewholesticmethod/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lowcarbathlete/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/thelowcarbathlete Twitter: https://twitter.com/thewholeathlete Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lowcarbathlete YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC__1aTDqHjrbAOHcfne7kuQ   ***Thank you for listening to The Low Carb Athlete Podcast. We focus on discussing content to help you burn fats, improve health, increase performance in life and sport and transform the whole you from the inside out with The WHOLESTIC Method. Please consider leaving a review and sharing the podcast with your friends! Also, don't forget to follow us on social platforms***   Click the link below to get access to our new client specials https://debbiepotts.net/new-client-special/.

Everyday Wellness
Ep. 238 Eat Like A Human: What Should We Eat? with Dr. Bill Schindler

Everyday Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 62:06


I'm excited to connect with Dr. Bill Schindler today! He is the author of Eat Like a Human: Nourishing Foods and Ancient Ways of Cooking to Revolutionize Your Health. He is also an internationally known archaeologist, primitive technologist, chef, and co-founder of Modern Stone Age Kitchen.  Dr. Schindler is all about helping people understand ancestral approaches to maximizing safety, nutrient density, and bioavailability. In this episode, we dive into his background and discuss what we should eat, milestones related to ancestral health perspectives, nutrient density, bioavailability, and how technology has impacted how we eat today. We also discuss plant toxins, organ meats, dairy, bug protein, and more. I loved Dr. Schindler's book, Eat Like a Human: Nourishing Foods and Ancient Ways of Cooking to Revolutionize Your Health, so do check it out! I hope you enjoy listening to our fascinating conversation. Stay tuned for more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Dr. Schindler went from being a wrestler to having an evolutionary perspective on food, how we interact with it, and living a paleolithic lifestyle.  How important evolutionary milestones have impacted the way most people eat. Most of us have become severely disconnected from our food system. What plant toxins do to our bodies, and what we can do to make them less toxic so that we can consume them safely The biggest problem with oxalates. Changes that have occurred that may contribute to people becoming intolerant to dairy. What is the difference between raw milk and pasteurized and homogenized milk? How to get the maximum nutrition most safely from dairy. Ways to prepare organ meats and offal to make them more appetizing. We can benefit from including insects in our diet. Dr. Schindler explains what he and his family are doing at the Modern Stone Age Kitchen. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website  Connect with Dr. Bill Schindler On his websites: www.eatlikeahuman.com or www.modernstoneagekitchen.com  The Eastern Shore Food Lab Non-profit Follow Dr. Schindler online: @Dr. Bill Schindler and @Modern Stone Age Kitchen Eat Like a Human: Nourishing Foods and Ancient Ways of Cooking to Revolutionize Your Health is available in print, audio, or digital from any major online book supplier. Or order a signed copy from Dr. Schindler's website.

The Legacy of John Williams Podcast
'The Fabelmans' First Listen

The Legacy of John Williams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 38:07


The Legacy of John Williams, in collaboration with Sony Music, is proud to announce the latest John Williams release - The Fabelmans (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack); a soundtrack album by the five-time Academy Award® winner for director Steven Spielberg's deeply personal cinematic memory of the forces, and family, that shaped his life and career. The release marks the latest collaboration between Spielberg and Williams, whose longstanding creative partnership spans nearly 50 years and 30 films. From E.T., Jaws and Jurassic Park to Schindler's List, Lincoln and Saving Private Ryan, Williams and Spielberg's collaborations have produced some of the most stirring and well-recognized music in film history. The Fabelmans is a deeply personal portrait of a 20th century American childhood. Written by Spielberg together with Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Kushner, it's a universal coming-of-age story about an isolated young man's pursuit of his dreams, the film is an exploration of love, artistic ambition, sacrifice and the moments of discovery that allow us to see the truth about ourselves, and our parents, with clarity and compassion. The musical score by John Williams accompanies the film during its key moments with a poignant, lyrical tone that enhances the characters' most intimate and profound feelings--the main theme (heard in the opening track, "The Fabelmans") is one of the most heart-rending and touching themes ever composed by Williams. The music features chamber-like solos for piano, harp, guitar and celeste, painting a heartfelt portrait of the story and its main characters. The Legacy of John Williams is proud to present this special podcast episode featuring a commentary on John Williams' new soundtrack by Editor Maurizio Caschetto and Head Contributor Tim Burden. The talk focuses around three tracks from the soundtrack album selected by Caschetto and Burden, "Mitzi's Dance", "Mother and Son", and "The Journey Begins," which offer a beautiful representation of Williams' poignant and delicate scoring for this film. You can listen to John Williams' wonderful new music in full here: https://soundtracks.lnk.to/thefabelmans Special Thanks to Maria Kopp and Dani Chwatt (Sony Music)

You Talking To Me?!
Schindler's List

You Talking To Me?!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 4:16


Schindler's little girl in red...Mark examines the significance of the little girl in the red coat, the only real instance of color in Steven Spielberg's otherwise completely black and white Academy Award winning film, Schindler's List.

80's High
S3E5 | Filmmaker: Steven Spielberg

80's High

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 138:41


Once upon a time, there was a boy who saw the world in stories, portrait, and sound. From his humble home movies of toy train wrecks and classmates at war, Steven Spielberg grew into the most commercially successful filmmaker of all time and a beloved creator of cherished movies from breakouts Jaws and Close Encounters, to E.T. and Indiana Jones in the 80s, then beyond to Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, and so many more. And those are only movies he directed. We also get into his brilliant list of writing and producing credits, movie studios he founded, and the personal stories that informed so much of his work. So find a comfy, familiar spot because we're leaping into the fantastical worlds brought to the silver screen by the one and only Steven Spielberg.   -- Can I Borrow Your Notes? --  "Spielberg" documentary (HBO Max) Steven Spielberg Directing Style Explained: 7 Ways He Crafts the Ultimate Cinematic Experience (StudioBinder) "Raiders of the Lost Ark" story conference transcript of George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, and Lawrence Kasdan (moedred's LiveJournal and TheRaider.net)   -- Teacher's Pets --  Join the Class of 80's High: 80shighpodcast@gmail.com Follow on Instagram: @80shighpodcast and Twitter: @high_80s Theme song by Greg Reed at gregreedmusic.com Cover art by Alex Goddard at alexgoddarddesign.com

Political Philosophy
How Can Community Be Built? (Politics of the Real 4)

Political Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 34:58


Laurie focuses on chapter 3 of DC Schindler's The Politics of the Real. In this chapter, Schindler argues that liberal structures cannot create real community, so even communitarian proposals for doing so fall short. Schindler also begins to hint at what he thinks would do so better. … More How Can Community Be Built? (Politics of the Real 4)

Influencing Entrepreneurs
Episode 406 Part 1 - Jordan Schindler [Nufabrx]

Influencing Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 11:55


Episode 406 Part 1 - Jordan Schindler [Nufabrx] by Nexagy Education

Hörweite – Der Reporter-Podcast
Kann Rishi Sunak Großbritannien heilen?

Hörweite – Der Reporter-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 37:46


Brexit? Welcher Brexit? Die britische Regierung verhält sich momentan ein wenig wie Gallier aus Asterix, die nie etwas von der Niederlage bei Alesia gehört haben wollen. Dabei ist der Brexit neben den Auswirkungen von Pandemie und Krieg eine Hauptursache für die britische Wirtschaftskrise. »Darüber wird aber einfach nicht geredet. Das ist sozusagen der Elefant im Raum«, sagt Jörg Schindler, SPIEGEL-Korrespondent in London, »jeder kennt ihn, jeder sieht ihn, aber alle tun so, als gäbe es ihn nicht. Und das macht die Sache hier manchmal so wirklich deprimierend«. Rishi Sunak, der erste britische Premier indischer Herkunft steht vor schier unlösbaren Aufgaben: Die Wirtschaftskrise meistern, seine heillos zersplitterte Partei einen und das Image des schwerreichen Upperclass-Schnösels kontern. Immerhin kann Sunak auf ein gut eingespieltes PR-Team zählen, das sein Image schon einmal erfolgreich verändert hat. Aber reicht das, um das Land zu heilen? Darüber spricht Jörg Schindler in dieser Folge des SPIEGEL-Auslandspodcasts »Acht Milliarden«. Sie haben Anregungen, Kritik oder Themenvorschläge zu dieser Sendung? – Dann schreiben Sie uns doch eine Mail an die Adresse acht.milliarden@spiegel.de. Sie können uns auch eine WhatsApp-Nachricht schicken: +49 – 151 – 728 29 182 Weiterführende links: Der Nächste, bitte Seine Vorfahren hätten es unter seiner Regierung nicht ins Land geschafft »Ich bin der Erste, der zugibt, dass Fehler gemacht wurden« »Er ist der Beste der Schlechten« Britische Innenministerin fabuliert über Ärmelkanal-»Invasion« Britische Notenbank macht größten Zinsschritt seit JahrzehntenInformationen zu unserer Datenschutzerklärung

Political Philosophy
Was the American Founding a Christian Event? (Politics of the Real, 3)

Political Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 33:50


Laurie discusses Chapters 1 and 2 of DC Schindler's The Politics of the Real: The Church Between Liberalism and Integralism, In this section, she concentrates on what Schindler thinks is the fallout of liberalism, what we've gained during the rise of liberalism, why "Nature's God" is a generic or empty God, and why the American founding was not a Christian event. … More Was the American Founding a Christian Event? (Politics of the Real, 3)

The Times of Israel Podcasts
'Stranger Things' music editor discusses journey from Russia to Hollywood

The Times of Israel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 35:16


This week's Times Will Tell introduces Lena Glikson, the Russian-born, Jewish music editor who was part of the 2022 Emmy-winning editing team for Netflix's hit series, "Stranger Things." Lena speaks about her work in Season 4's scene featuring Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill," editing the music to picture and helping slingshot the 80s song into a viral hit. She talks about her journey from Russia to the US a decade ago, the distance from her family and friends, and experiencing the onset of Putin's war against Ukraine from afar. She also examines the development of her own Jewish identity as a teenager, discovering and exploring her Jewish roots and facing a turning tide of anti-Semitism in her native land as she left for the US. Glikson talks about Israel, her hopes to work on Israeli films and productions, and her efforts to study Hebrew as part of her own personal journey. The following transcript has been very lightly edited. The Times of Israel: Lena, welcome. We're so happy to have you here with us. Lena Glikson: Thank you, Jessica, for having me. It's such a pleasure to be a part of your podcast. I think we're going to have to start with Stranger Things. Tell us when and how you joined the Stranger Things music crew and a little about development of music for this show. So, season four of Stranger Things is my first season on the show. I've been working as a music editor in Hollywood for the past six years at this point. Receiving this email from David Claude, the music editor for all the seasons of the show, was kind of surprising. And I couldn't even believe it because I actually was a big fan of the show and I watched all these seasons and I was one of the people googling the release date for season four. I literally saw that and thought it was a junk email. That's funny. And, yeah, it was real. And apparently the Duffer brothers were looking for the second music editor because the episodes in season four are so long, many different processes were happening in parallel. So while one episode was dubbed, meaning the sound for the episode was mixed, the Duffer brothers were already cutting and working on the following episode. So poor David, the music editor, would have to be in two places simultaneously. And the Duffer Brothers needed someone who would be actually working with them in the cutting room every single day. And that person was me. And it was just an amazing experience. I was spending a lot of time with the Duffer Brothers and we were working very closely on the music, both the score and the source pieces. And of course, “Running Up That Hill” was one of the songs that we worked closely on and it was just amazing. And they gave me so much creative freedom and just things to experiment with. And they trust me to a point where they can just bring up a few pieces from the previous seasons and tell me, can you cut this one over here or is that one over there? I kind of had to take pre-existing piece of music and then place it in a new scene and actually make it work in that context, which is always a very, very fun thing to do. And the entire crew is just so lovely and amazing. And the vibes you're getting from the show, it's so interesting because these positive, friendly vibes, they actually live in the cutting room, which is a very unique thing, I think, even from my experience. Talk to us a little bit about how the music gets chosen. What is it like to work as part of the music editing team and to make the decisions about various songs? Many of the songs are already scripted. At some point it becomes about licensing. How much money do we have to spend on the music and where can we save a bit if we can pick certain alternatives for some of the songs? But when it comes to big songs, I think most of them are kind of predetermined and it's a combination of director's work and showrunner's work. And we also have our amazing music supervisor, Nora Felder, who helps us providing alternatives for certain songs. And also she does all the licensing for the show. And in terms of picking and choosing songs, basically if we need some options, then Nora would come up with a number of different songs and I would be the person cutting them into the scene. Basically, and showing them to the Duffer Brothers because obviously all the songs are different tempo, different length. And my job, just as a music editor in general, is to make a particular piece of music work syncwise and dramatically within a certain scene and make it all very musical so that it develops beautifully and works with a picture. And then sometimes we're just narrowing down the choice to two or three different pieces and then go from there. I'd like to dig in a little bit to Running Up That Hill from Kate Bush. We're going to listen for a moment to a snapshot of the scene in season four in which Max, played by Sadie Sink, is able to overcome the powerful curse, spoiler alert for those who have not gotten to season four yet. And she's able to overcome the curse by hearing her favorite song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bV0RAcuG2Ao It becomes such an indelible moment in the season. I know that that was supposed to be a very, very big moment. And when I saw the song for the very first time, it was instructed and told that, okay, so this is the scene, this is our feature song. Please be super careful about cutting it. Make sure that it all works. And the way it works, really, in the movie world, is that the songs and the music is being cut to picture, and very rarely it works vice versa. So the song always has to be adjusted in one way or the other. And to be honest, there are so many different stories about how the song was picked for the series. One of them is that it was scripted. The other one is that the director of that particular episode, Sean Levy, brought it in. But the way it was originally cut, it was cut by Dean Zimmerman, our picture editor. And it was just a very kind of rough shape of the song. And my job was basically just making it work within the scene and making it develop in a certain way. And we actually even had to adjust the picture a little bit to kind of make the song shine, which happens very, very rarely. It just tells you about how important this song was for the episode and for the season. And for me personally, the other interesting experience was cutting the same song in episode nine during this big epic montage where it's not just the main version of the song, but it's the remix by the artist Totem. And that one was fun because originally in that scene, we were supposed to have the score and then the Duffer brothers just brought it in and said, oh, we have this cool version of the Kate Bush song and it's a remix and let's try cutting it in. And basically I had all the separate instruments and elements for the remix. So just assembling such an epic version of that song for that scene was amazing. And when the Duffer brothers saw it, they really loved it and it was just such a happy moment for me when they actually fell in love with something that I did and I was the first person who kind of tried doing it. So it was very, very cool. And that sequence actually also lives on YouTube, I believe, as a separate video, because, again, it's a very rare thing, I think, when a song and the sequence, the video sequence, they live together and you can actually watch them separately from the episode, which kind of shows that people also like that one and were interested and it was cool reading the comments on YouTube. Let's turn to you now. You trained in piano and voice and did a lot of classical music training, and then made your way to sound editing. Was that always your goal? Well, as a child, my dream was actually to become a professional singer. And I think I started playing piano mostly because I wanted to be a singer and there was no official way of studying voice back in Russia. And I was always doing the two things in parallel and also because there was nowhere to study jazz vocals or pop vocals when it came to choosing like a career path when I was still living back in Russia. It's surprising and it's a bit weird, but out of all the options that I had, I picked classical music theory. And I think partially it's because my parents are programmers. And there was something about that, just like the specific way my brain works and kind of the logical component to the artistic component. And just that particular major appealed to me simply because it was a combination of both. But my goal was still to become a singer. So that's how I discovered Berklee College of Music in Boston. How many years ago did you come from Russia to the US? Ten years ago. Ten years ago? So not that long. Yeah, but that's still the third of my life. Okay, so most of your education was in Russia, and where in Russia did you live? Voronezh. It's a city really, really close to Ukraine. It's pretty much on the border with Ukraine. I was also considering a Rimon School of Music in Israel and kind of choosing between the two in a way, but also kind of thinking that maybe after a couple of years at Rimon, I would probably be able to go to Berklee. But the thing was that I didn't speak Hebrew, and I thought that that was kind of a bigger issue. I spoke English, so that was one of the main reasons why I actually went to Berklee, just to be able to absorb as much knowledge as I could. Well, what I realized at Berklee was that my dream of becoming a singer was a lovely dream, but I just had way too much classical background to kind of forget about that and only concentrate on performance. And because Berklee has to offer a number of very unique majors, and one of those was film scoring, I felt like that would be an amazing way of combining my more technical and logical side with a very, very creative, orchestral writing and just kind of using all my knowledge, basically. And that's why I came to Los Angeles, because with such a degree, this is kind of the number one place. And because music editing was one of the classes that we had to take as film scoring students, I considered it as one of the options for myself. And the first internship that I found was with the music editor, Nick South. And I already had kind of all the knowledge about creating a score for movies and how it all works and who is involved and had the basic technical skills. But I needed those specific skills for music editing. And my mentor, Nick, taught me pretty much everything he knew and he was just amazing in terms of explaining not only the technicalities, but also the political side of the job because that's another very, very important side of it. What is the political side? A music editor is a person who lives between all the parties involved in creating the music. And we act as some sort of a bridge between the director and the composer and the studio. Our job is to save the composer from being fired or save the movie from all the music being thrown away. And it has a lot to do with just understanding people, feeling the room, making sure you are protecting everyone that needs to be protected, making sure that we stay on schedule, communicating with a movie studio, communicating with the director. And sometimes the composer, let's say, sends me a piece of score. And I know that the director is in a really, really bad mood and I know that I can show that piece of score to the director at the moment. So I need to figure out a way to find the best time to do that. And it's a lot of figuring out what you can say, what you cannot say, how to save this person, how to protect that person, and problem-solving, troubleshooting and just resolving conflicts. I imagine there is a sense of satisfaction from what you do now, even though it is a long road from where you began. Is there? For sure. Of course. I kind of miss the performance element a bit because I just don't have the time to do that anymore. But I feel like there are no skills that are completely abandoned and unused because in one way or the other, even my singing skills, because I often work in musicals and, for instance, now I work on a remake of The Color Purple and there are many, many songs in that movie. So just having that background, knowing about vocal position, knowing about just how to use your voice helps me a lot as a music editor when I'm working on musicals, and of course, all my classical background helps me with the editing bit of it. And yes, it's been a very interesting journey, and I probably could never imagine working in Hollywood and doing what I do when I was little and when I was dreaming of being on stage and performing, but it's still very exciting. There's been a lot of upheaval in the last months, with the war in Ukraine. Where has that put you in terms of your own personal life and what you're thinking about both in terms of career and home? For me, what happened on February 24 when Russia attacked Ukraine was a personal tragedy in a way. I do not have family in Ukraine, but just the fact that the city where I was born is so close to the border with Ukraine and you know, especially in my town, it's actually very hard to say, oh, this person is 100% Russian and that person is 27% Ukrainian. It's all very, very mixed. And I have many friends from Ukraine, and I thought, okay, so now the Russians are going to actually see what happened and what our government is like. But that did not happen. And that made me feel devastated, to be honest. Like the whole world started crashing and burning. And when I was living in Russia. I was kind of suffering a bit with my identity because I was born with my Dad's Jewish last name, which is Glikson. But when I turned three years old, my mom changed her last name and my last name to her maiden name, which sounds way more Slavic. And that's actually still the last name that I have in my passport. Mostly because swastikas were all over the city and antisemitism was kind of flourishing. So I was growing up with this idea that I was Jewish, but I kind of had to hide that from everyone, living in a pretty conservative society where the Russian Orthodox Church is still kind of a big thing, and all the kids in my class were wearing crosses, and kids would ask me, so have you ever been baptized? And I've never been baptized. And it just felt very uncomfortable. And I had this feeling that, okay, I need to hide my identity. And when I became a teenager, that was already in the late 2000s, the climate in the society started changing a bit, and the Jewish community in my hometown started having different activities and celebrating high holidays. So it started to feel like it's not as dangerous as it used to be to be Jewish and to be kind of open about it, but it was still very difficult because we had so many decades of that part of who we are kind of being hidden. And the generation of my grandparents was the first generation who started experiencing that and started hiding their Jewish identity because they couldn't really celebrate any high holidays. That's why the generation of my parents grew up completely Soviet as opposed to having their ethnicities kind of cherished and respected. And when I started feeling more Jewish, that's when I started discovering more things about my Jewish heritage and learning more about the Holocaust, because that's an important part of my family history. My grandfather, he left Poland in 1939, and his family was exterminated in one of the first extermination camps in Poland. So for me, that was this generational trauma that was living very, very deep inside. And for many years, I was reading a lot about it, was reading a lot about the Holocaust, trying to understand that. Circling back to February 24, just from my personal experience, knowing so much about the war, knowing so much about what happened with the Jews and even living in Russia. It's not just me. I have my personal story with the Jewish heritage in the background. But going through the Second World War for all the Russian families was also devastating. And everyone has ancestors who died in the Second World War and served in the army. And it's this huge tragedy, and people all of a sudden were manipulating into saying that, okay, we have such a great past, and we won over the Nazis in 1945, and now we're going to do the same thing again. And for me, the two dots, they don't connect. The Nazis they were fighting against in 1941 to 1945 are not the same Nazis they're fighting against today. And the fact that it was so easy for the society to believe this huge, huge, huge lie just made me feel like I don't feel connected to the place where I was born anymore. Your parents are there? Yes. My dad passed away a couple of years ago, but my mom still lives there. And for me, it's very difficult because, you know, even during the pandemic, it was very, very hard for me to travel just because I'm not a US citizen. I'm here on a work visa. And Russia has a horrible relationship with the United States, so getting a visa in Russia is impossible. All the other countries in the world would only issue visas to their own citizens. And when my dad passed away, I wasn't even able to go back home for his funeral. And just I always feel stuck between all these different factors. And again, like this war in Ukraine, there are so many things that I don't support that have something to do with the politics, of course, and with the government and I can't be associating myself with that place anymore. And because I have so many ties to my Jewish heritage and I've always been thinking about becoming a part of Israel because again, it's a very important part of who I am and my identity. And only when I came to the United States, I felt like, okay, I can finally be more open about being Jewish. When I was at Berklee, most of my recitals were actually me singing Jewish music and Ashkenazi music. Wow. And I would never be able to do that in Russia. And for me, this was an incredible opportunity, just exploring who I am, exploring the music, and I feel very, very connected with that music. You've had a lot of different journeys, this professional journey and a very personal, familial and individual journey. Where does that put you personally and professionally? Right now, I'm kind of at this place with my career where everything keeps changing and I keep seeing different opportunities and everything keeps developing so, so fast. Of course, long term, I would love to work on an Israeli movie as well. I think language is a very big thing, and I am learning Hebrew right now, even though I'm not in Israel. But I do feel like it's a very important thing and it's something that, again, brings me back to my roots and connects me to my ancestors, even though my grandparents, they spoke Yiddish. But still I feel like it's just an important part of who I am. And as soon as my Hebrew basically turns into something that I can use professionally, then it would be much, much easier and more convenient for me and the filmmakers to work on, let's say, Israeli movie. And I know that there are many Israelis working in Hollywood, and I would love to get to know them and potentially collaborate on a project that would actually be amazing. Right now, the world is just changing so fast, and every day something new happens and I'm trying to kind of protect myself, protect my family where I can, and just basically watching the world change every single second. So I hope that very, very soon we'll come to a point where things will stabilize and hopefully the war in Ukraine will stop as soon as possible. And I will be able to kind of take a breather and just absorb everything that's going on and plan accordingly. Right now, everything feels like chaos. Yes. It's hard to avoid that feeling these days. Let's turn back to the beginning of the conversation a little bit and tell us a little bit about your musical dreams. Finding that balance between work that's very, very crazy and very intense and art. Before the war in Ukraine, I also used to write music for a local theater in my hometown, which was an amazing way of just self-expression and artistry. And I do miss that. I don't think it's possible to do the same thing, keep doing it. And especially, again, considering everything else that's going on in the world at the moment, it's just unsafe for both parties, me and the theater I used to work with, to collaborate. But doing something like that and finding the time for it is definitely an amazing thing. And I was also recording songs for those theater productions. And this is kind of the dream job in a way, where you don't have to do it for the money. You can just do it for the sake of artistic pleasure, basically. And, you know, in terms of the movies, of course I can work even on bigger shows. And yes, I definitely have certain topics. Like, for instance, Schindler's List is one of my favorite movies and working with, let's say, Steven Spielberg or working on a movie about Holocaust. Because as I already mentioned, it's a very, very, very important part of my identity. And it's a very unique type of music and type of score that a movie like that requires. And maybe not necessarily even editing the music for a movie like that, maybe writing music for a movie like that, that would definitely be a big dream for me. Lena Glikson, we hope that you get to fulfill these dreams. And final question, next season of Stranger Things, are you working on it yet? Have my fingers crossed! Times Will Tell podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you ghttps://vimeo.com/751681395et your podcasts. IMAGE: Lena Glikson, music editor for "Stranger Things" (Courtesy)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
#271/Schindler's Kings Road House at 100: Mona Kuhn + Michela O'Connor-Abrams + Musical Guest Helen Gillet

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 54:34 Very Popular


Schindler is a name most everyone knows, for different reasons – and for different Schindlers.  There's Schindler the elevator and escalator company, founded in 1874.  There's German industrialist Oscar Schindler, hero of the 1993 movie Schindler's List, who saved more than a thousand refugees from the Nazis.  Then there's Austrian Rudolf Schindler, the architect, who initially worked for Frank Lloyd Wright.  In 1920 Wright sent Schindler west to Los Angeles. Schindler started moonlighting in 1922, which Wright hated, and eventually Schindler quit to became a huge success on his own.  He and wife Pauline hosted many events at their Kings Road house, a model of architectural brilliance that's now 100 years old.   LA photographer Mona Kuhn got her first camera at 12 and she studied at Ohio State and the San Francisco Art Institute. Exhibited internationally, she has published several books of photography, her most recent entitled Kings Road, featuring Rudolf Schindler's Kings Road House. Later, we found out that USModernist's own Michela O'Connor-Abrams lived there as a child - and witnessed a secret late night burglary.   Later, profound cello with musical guest Helen Gillet.

Political Philosophy
Liberalism vs. Christianity (DC Schindler’s The Politics of the Real–2)

Political Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 30:19


Laurie discusses some of DC Schindler's main themes in his introduction and first chapter in The Politics of the Real: The Church Between Liberalism and Integralism. Among the arguments Schindler makes that are challenging to contemporary sensibilities: that the combination of Christianity with Roman Institutions was not a mistake but somehow an unfolding of Christianity's presence in the world, and that Liberalism is a "dis-incarnation" that strikes at the root of Christianity itself and is inherently atheistic. … More Liberalism vs. Christianity (DC Schindler’s The Politics of the Real–2)

Political Philosophy
The Politics of the Real by DC Schindler: Intro to Series

Political Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 17:33


Get ready for a series on DC Schindler's The Politics of the Real: The Church Between Liberalism and Integralism. This video introduces Schindler as a scholar. I discuss why I want to read his book, and something of the larger context of which it is a part. What do we make of a book written primarily for a Catholic audience, and an informed one at that? How do we approach it--and why should we do so? … More The Politics of the Real by DC Schindler: Intro to Series

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
People of the Book, episode 19: Meryl Ain interviews author and journalist Isabel Vincent

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 43:31


On today's episode of People of the Book, Meryl chats with Isabel Vincent about her new book, Overture of Hope: Two Sisters' Daring Plan That Saved Opera's Jewish Stars from the Third Reich. The book chronicles the amazing story of two English sisters – both opera buffs and spinsters -- who mastermind a daring plan to rescue Jewish opera stars in Germany and Austria from the Nazis and get them to safety in England. Isabel, an award-winning investigative journalist for the New York Post, is the author of Overture of Hope: Two Sisters' Daring Plan That Saved Opera's Jewish Stars from the Third Reich. The book, which has been described as “Schindler's List Meets the Sound of Music” was published in September. In addition, Isabel's account of the Swiss bank accounts left dormant after the Nazi era, Hitler's Silent Partners, won the Yad Vashem Award for Holocaust History. She is also the author of the bestselling memoir, Dinner with Edward as well as three other books. A native of Canada, Isabel covered South American drug cartels for the Globe and Mail and later reported on conflicts in Kosovo and the civil war in Angola. For many years, she has covered New York City for the Post and a host of other publications. Copyright by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network #AuthorsOnTheAir #AuthorsOnTheAirGlobalRadioNetwork #AOTA #IsabelVincent #OvertureOfHope #CookSisters #Opera #TheThirdReich #TheHolocaust #JewishOperaStars #RescueofJewishOperaStarsFromNazism #NurembergLaws #AntiSemitismInGermanyandAustria #EnglishRescuers #FemaleHeroes #NewYorkPost #DinnerWithEdward #HitlersSilentPartners #HitlerAndOpera #YadVashemAward #HolocaustHistory #EnglandInTheThirties #HiddenHeroes #PeopleoftheBook #MerylAin #TheTakeawayMen #ShadowsWeCarry #LetsTalkJewishBooks #JewsLoveToRead

kicker News
kicker News vom 20.10.2022, 17:30 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 1:52


Joachim Löw erhält Walther-Bensemann-Preis, Rhein-Derby in der 1. Liga, Nürnberg verlängert vorzeitig mit Kapitän Schindler, 11 Erst und fünf Zweitligisten in Pokal Auslosung

Laid Open
A Feeling Man is a Liberated Man with Logan Cohen

Laid Open

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 58:21


While I don't know Logan Cohen personally his authenticity, the deep work he has done on himself, and his willingness to feel his feelings and allow his vulnerability to shine through. I'm moved by the vital offering Logan contributes to the world as an author, a psychotherapist, and a trauma professional. He is bringing quality content to TikTok and IG, as well as through his work with couples and individuals in private practice.  Logan Cohen is a remarkable man driven by a purpose, being of service, helping men develop emotional intelligence, and educating people about the impacts of trauma. In his book “How to Hu(Man) Up in Modern Society: Heal Yourself and Save the World,” he puts gender role conditioning into a historical and social context. We discuss the importance of healing within the community, his work with volatile couples, and dealing with narcissists. Plus, we speak about how the suicide of his friend led him to write his book, the work he had to do in his personal and professional life to see his privilege as a man and unlearn his social and emotional conditioning, and his close relationship with his grandfather, who was holocaust survivor on Schindler's List and how that has informed his commitment to building empathy in the world and being of service. We wrap up the episode with Logan leading an exercise around developing more awareness and connection to what you are feeling. There's so much essential content in this episode, which is why I'm starting the season with it. I hope you're ready to be as impacted by Logan's work as I am.

2X eCommerce Podcast
S07 EP30: Nufabrx: How this Innovative HealthWear Brand Dominated Retail Distribution and then DTC w/ Jordan Schindler

2X eCommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 65:13


On today's episode, Kunle is joined by Jordan Schindler, Founder & CEO of Nufabrx, an innovative healthwear that combines medicine and garments that solve patient compliance. It all started with a pillowcase problem. Jordan Schindler was having issues with his skin and had tried creams, pills, etc. to no avail. His dermatologist recommended that he wash his pillowcases 2 to 3 times a week. For Jordan and most people, that would not be doable. Thinking of how to create a solution to his personal problem, Nufabrx was conceptualized. Fabrics are around us and are one of the most unnoticed but affect our day-to-day living. We wear them, sit or sleep on them, and rub them on our bodies. Nufabrx's innovation created a one-stop shop for our garments and medicine as they create healthwear products that are researched, patented, and created with the best combination of scientific research, customer feedback, and data.  This episode is especially exciting as you'd hear Kunle and Jordan talk about product innovation that will interest not only entrepreneurs but consumers themselves. This is an amazing episode for consumer brands to learn about risk reduction, product research and development, and most importantly, creating better products through customer and expert feedback. ----------- SPONSORS: This episode is brought to you by:  Wayflyer As you continue to grow your eCommerce business, access to growth capital will increasingly play a significant role in achieving and surpassing your financial and social goals.Why should you give up equity or pay high interest rates to grow your business? There is a new way to access growth capital that transforms eCommerce businesses. Wayflyer has shaken the way eCommerce operators access working capital. With a dedication to only DTC eCommerce businesses, Wayflyer will fund you on a fairer “fund as you grow” model, meaning if your sales slow down, so does the amount you transfer back.. There is just a simple fee and the funds you need to grow are deposited to your account instantly. It's worth checking out – Wayflyer.com Klaviyo  This episode is brought to you by Klaviyo – a growth marketing platform that powers over 25,000 online businesses. Direct-to-Consumer brands like ColourPop, Huckberry, and Custom Ink rely on Klaviyo.  Klaviyo helps you own customer experience and grow high-value customer relationships right from a shopper's first impression through to each subsequent purchase, Klaviyo understands every single customer interaction and empowers brands to create more personalized marketing moments.  Find out more on klaviyo.com/2x. Gorgias  This episode is brought to you by Gorgias, the leading helpdesk for Shopify, Magento and BigCommerce merchants. Gorgias combines all your communication channels including email, SMS, social media, live chat, and phone into one platform.  This saves your team hours per day & makes managing customer orders a breeze. It also integrates seamlessly with your existing tech stack, so you can access customer information and even edit, return, refund, or create an order right from your helpdesk.  Go to Gorgias.com and mention 2x eCommerce Podcast for two months free. Recharge This episode is brought to you by Recharge, the leading subscriptions payment solution for Shopify merchants. Recharge helps eCommerce merchants of all sizes launch and scale subscription offerings. Recharge powers the growth of over 15,000 subscription merchants and their communities—turning one-time transactions into long-term customer relationships. Turn transactions into relationships and experience seamless subscription commerce with Recharge. Find out more on rechargepayments.com/2x.  

The Victory Couch
Episode 18 – about 90s movies, game shows, and handling disappointment

The Victory Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 47:55


Episode 18 – about 90s movies, game shows, and handling disappointment Did you think we were finished diving into childhood nostalgia? As if! Join us for our eighteenth episode as we share our thoughts about popular 90s movies, discuss what game show we would want to be on, and bring up the ways we handle disappointment. Show notes: If you had to pick one game show to be on what would it be? Family Feud https://www.familyfeud.com/, Jeopardy https://www.jeopardy.com/, Press Your Luck https://abc.com/shows/press-your-luck, Steve Harvey https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0367724/, Bob Barker https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0054837/ Rick's current fav Family Feud YouTube clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSITlMwLgPU, Game Show Network https://www.gameshownetwork.com/ Shark Week https://www.discovery.com/shark-week Wheel of Fortune https://www.wheeloffortune.com/, The Price Is Right https://www.cbs.com/shows/the_price_is_right/, Supermarket Sweep https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0180384/ Myrtle Beach, South Carolina https://www.visitmyrtlebeach.com/ Plinko https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=me4SV_tuMSE, Cliffhanger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWEGNe104To, Double Dare https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0125616/, Family Double Dare https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW8eAc55gIQ, Nickelodeon https://www.nick.com/, Marc Summers https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0003162/, Food Network show with Marc Summers: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0331800/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Drew Carey https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0004804/ Rating some classic 90s movies, Romeo & Juliet https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117509/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_9, Billy Madison https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112508/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Dumb & Dumber https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109686/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Casino https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109686/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Titanic https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120338/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, The Shawshank Redemption https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111161/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, There's Something About Mary https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129387/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Schindler's List https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129387/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Edward Scissorhands https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108052/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Wayne's World https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105793/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 Hurler Roller Coaster, Kings Dominion https://coasterpedia.net/wiki/Hurler_(Kings_Dominion) Clueless https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112697/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1, Pulp Fiction https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110912/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, The Silence of the Lambs https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102926/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Goodfellas https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099685/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_4, Fight Club https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0137523/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Toy Story https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114709/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Fargo https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116282/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_3, Groundhog Day https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107048/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Jurassic Park https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107290/?ref_=tt_sims_tt_i_1, Speed https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111257/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1, Se7en https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114369/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1, Brad Pitt https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000093/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0, Point Break, Dazed and Confused, Good Will Hunting, The Bodyguard, Father of the Bride, Pretty Woman, Forrest Gump, Armageddon, Jerry Maguire, Tombstone, Steven Tyler, Liv Tyler How do you handle disappointment? Hurrican Ian, Wild Horses (The Rolling Stones), She's Every Woman (Garth Brooks), If you could go back and relive one year of your life pre-eighteen which year would it be and why? Lincoln Town Car Couch crumbs: dental procedure, jaw pain, golf trip with cousin cancelled, Vicki Via Dotson Leukemia Foundation, Prop your feet up: golf solo, saw grandparents --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Plant Free MD with Dr Anthony Chaffee: A Carnivore Podcast
Episode 75: How To Eat Like A Human with Dr Bill Schindler!

The Plant Free MD with Dr Anthony Chaffee: A Carnivore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 100:43


I had a great conversation with someone who I greatly admire, Dr Bill Schindler, who is a Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and also the Director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab. So, who better to ask about proper human nutrition than him? Join us for this fantastic, fun, and informative conversation today, and please send it along to anyone you think would enjoy it! Follow Dr. Bill Schindler: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB-jaEINDeUQYT2yaE0Afjg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbillschindler/ Website: https://eatlikeahuman.com/ Modern Stone Age Kitchen: https://modernstoneagekitchen.com/ Eat Like a Human BOOK: https://amzn.to/3HO37oy   Dr Chaffee's Sponsors: ✅X3 bar system with discount code "DRCHAFFEE" https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-100676052-13511487 ✅THE CARNIVORE BAR: Discount Code "Anthony" for 10% off all orders! https://the-carnivore-bar.myshopify.com/?sca_ref=1743809.v3IrTuyDIi ✅CARNIVORE CRISPS: Discount Code "DRCHAFFEEMD" for 10% off all orders! www.carnivorecrisps.com ✅Shop Amazon https://www.amazon.com/shop/anthonychaffeemd?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp   Follow and Contact Dr Chaffee: ✅PATREON for early releases, bonus content, and weekly Zoom meetings https://www.patreon.com/AnthonyChaffeeMD ✅Sign up for our 30-day carnivore challenge and group here! https://www.howtocarnivore.com/ ✅INSTAGRAM: @anthonychaffeemd www.instagram.com/anthonychaffeemd/ ✅TWITTER: @Anthony_Chaffee ✅TIKTOK: @AnthonyChaffeeMD ✅Apple Podcast: The Plant Free MD https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-plant-free-md-podcast/id1614546790 ✅Spotify: The Plant Free MD https://open.spotify.com/show/0WQtoPLuPMWWm3ZT3DYXzp?si=PPc2rXZzQXuzjIRK__SEZQ ✅To Sign up for a personal consultation with me, you can use my Calendly link below to schedule an appointment: ✅60 minute consultation https://calendly.com/anthonychaffeemd/60-minute-consultation   ✅For collaborations, please email me at the below address. Please understand that I can not give advice over email, but only in a consultation setting: AnthonyChaffee@gmail.com For more of my interviews and discussions, as well as other resources, go to my Linktree at: ✅ https://linktr.ee/DrChaffeeMD OR my website at: ✅ www.TheCarnivoreLife.com And please like and subscribe to my podcast here and Apple/Google podcasts, as well as my YouTube Channel to get updates on all new content, and please consider giving a 5-star rating as it really helps! Music track: Acoustic Breeze from Bensound.com #nutrition #fyp #weightloss #cancer #cholesterol #carnivore #carnivorediet #thecarnivorelife #weightsandsteaks #teamcarnivore #meatheals #yestomeat #keto #diet #autoimmune #rugby #rugbyunion #rugbyplayer #weightlossjourney #weightlifting #steak #bodybuilding #strength #strengthtraining #weighttraining #zerocarb #ketovore #ribeye #liondiet #ketodiet #carnivoreketo #ketotransformation #carnivore75hard #vegan #sowell #thomassowell #dairy #milk #cheese #nsng #lchf #lcif

Search for Meaning with Rabbi Yoshi
Search for Meaning: "Circles of Concern," Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback's Rosh Hashanah 2022 Sermon

Search for Meaning with Rabbi Yoshi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 18:56


In the latest edition of his Search for Meaning podcast, Stephen Wise Temple Senior Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback delivers his 2022 (5783) Rosh Hashanah sermon, entitled, "Circles of Concern." You can view the full video here.The full transcript of Rabbi Yoshi's Rosh Hashanah sermon is below:At the end of the movie, "Schindler's List," Yitzhak Shtern, played by Ben Kingsley, presents Oskar Schindler with a ring. On it, he explains, are engraved words from the Talmud that say: "Whoever saves one life saves the world entire."Schindler, played by Liam Neeson, is clearly moved. As he reaches out to shake Shtern's hand, he says, "I could have got more out … if I had just …""No, no, no," Shtern says: "... There are 1,100 people who are alive because of you—look at them … There will be generations because of what you did.""I didn't do enough," Schindler says."You did so much," Shtern tells him.The survivors whose lives Schindler saved really did give him a ring as a token of their appreciation. The gold was sourced from their fillings which they volunteered to the ring maker.But the part about the inscription from the Talmud was the invention of the filmmakers and, if you know your Talmud, you might actually think that they got the quote wrong.The original text that teaches that "whoever saves one life saves the world entire" comes from tractate Sanhedrin and the context is interesting and important.It's part of the instructions a judge gives to witnesses in a capital case, warning them to be extra careful with their testimony since a person's life is literally at stake. To prove its point, the Talmud quotes a verse from the Bible, the one that describes the world's first murder—a fratricide—Cain killing his little brother Abel in jealousy and rageIn the story from the Torah, immediately after the murder, God says to Cain, "What have you done?!?! The blood of your brother cries out to me from the ground." (Gen. 4:10) The Rabbis notice though that the word "blood" in Hebrew is in the plural, literally, "the bloods of your brother - דְּמֵ֣י אָחִ֔יךָ." Why the plural? Because, the rabbis reason, Cain didn't just kill Abel. He killed all of Abel's potential descendants—generations that might have come to be had he lived.And then the Talmud teaches: "Therefore the creation of all humanity began with just one individual soul—the first human—to teach you that whoever destroys one soul …, destroys an entire world. And whoever saves one soul … saves an entire world."A person is an entire world because all humanity can descend from that one soul.Read More

Dude, What?! Movie Review Podcast
S2 (16) WTF?!: Season 2 Finale

Dude, What?! Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 141:31


Dude,What?! is an Amazon Associate which means there are some links where we may earn from qualifying purchases.Episode Notes In this episode: The Official Season 2 FinaleJim has been giving himself new titlesBrian has some exciting newsFinally bidding farewell to FedExMail BagA “newer” Super Fan helps Jim get his Nerd onLearn more about Critical Role hereGet started with Dungeons and Dragons here (amazon link)Brian and Jim discuss what type of DnD characters they would be Get to Know the DudersThe guys play 2 Lies and 1 TruthMovie TalkJim talks about a new Stallone movie on Amazon Prime (amazon link)Listen to the Dang Stallone episode hereBrian talks about a video game movie on NetflixJim shares about another Documentary and a Cultural IconBrian and Jim discuss Mr. RogersWatch the YouTube video of Mr. Rogers in front of the Senate hereBrian likes a Romantic Comedy that spins a Mel Gibson filmJim and his daughters watched a Disney movie steeped in controversy Read the Screen Rant article about Mulan hereThe guys discuss an all star sequelGet the Board Game that inspired Jumanji here (amazon link)What's In The Box?!Purchase the Movie that Proves Brian is a sad pathetic person here (amazon link)SHOW SPOILERS The guys talk about another Steven Spielberg filmBrian compares the T-Rex as Michael MeyersJim shares fun facts about Jurassic ParkGet a new copy of Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park here (amazon link)Listen to the Schindler's List episode hereJaws laying a foundation yet againBrian takes issue with Spielberg's humorJeff Goldblum is the freaking man!Get some Jurassic Park Memorabilia and support the show here (amazon link)Listen to our Holiday Specials hereListen to our Archive hereSupport the Show while you shop at Amazon here Brian Takes On The World1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die (amazon link)IMDbMetacriticRotten TomatoesRoger Ebert Movies Mentioned in this episodeSamaritan (2022 Action/Drama)Uncharted (2022 Action/Adventure)Won't You Be My Neighbor (2018 Documentary)What Men Want (2019 Comedy/Romance)Mulan (2020 Action/Adventure)Jumanji: The Next Level (2019 Comedy/Adventure)Jurassic Park (1993 Sci-Fi/Action)Follow Us on FacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestYouTubeContact Us at: HeyYouGuys@dudewhatpod.comIntro Music: Performed by The Cherry Poppin' Daddies ©1989 Dr. Bones, Space Age Bachelor Pad Records. Listen to the Daddies on Spotify Used with permission & licensed through Wixen Publishing, Inc

One Life Radio Podcast
Mike Dickson - Connecting to Our Food, Dr. Bill Schindler - Eat Like a Human

One Life Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022


We have two amazing guests who will be speaking at the upcoming Wise Traditions Conference Oct. 21-23 in Knoxville, TN. We will be there!Mike Dickson, “The Fit Farmer,” talks about how we can connect with our food through gardening, farming and cooking our food from scratch. Mike is a former Pro Natural Bodybuilder who worked over 15 years as a Professional Fitness Trainer and Nutrition Coach. In 2014, Mike aspired to live a completely different life. So that year, he along with his wife Lacie, and their children, sold almost everything they owned including their 2,600 sq. ft. house in the city, and started a homestead in the country and a new life in a 700 sq. ft. YURT. Now, Mike & his family run a successful farmstead, with a market garden, chickens, ducks, goats and more. You can watch his family's adventures on his YouTube channel The Fit Farmer.Next, we talk with Dr. Bill Schindler about what it means to “Eat Like a Human.” Dr. Bill is the author of “Eat Like a Human: Nourishing Foods and Ancient Ways of Cooking to Revolutionize Your Health” and is an internationally known archaeologist, primitive technologist, and chef. He founded and directs the Eastern Shore Food Lab with a mission to preserve and revive ancestral dietary approaches to create a nourishing, ethical, and sustainable food system. Along with his wife, Christina, Dr. Bill operates the Modern Stone Age Kitchen, a foodery providing nourishing food using ancestral approaches maximizing safety, nutrient density and bioavailability to the community. Learn more about Dr. Bill on his website, eatlikeahuman.com.Thank you to our sponsors!enviromedica – The BEST probiotics on the planetAttend the Crazy Water Festival Oct. 6th-8th, and the Crazy Wellness Weekend, Nov. 4th-6th in Mineral Wells, TX!Wise Traditions Conference - October 21st - 23rd in Knoxville, TNIs your drinking water safe? Check by zip code at berkeyfilters.com and use the code OLR for 10% off a new Berkey Water Filter!Children's Health Defense - Order Robert F. Kennedy's latest book, "The Real Anthony Fauci" today!sunwarrior - Use the code OLR for 20% off your purchase!Vegworld MagazineWell Being JournalThorne - Get 20% off your order and free shipping!

Das starke Stück - Musiker erklären Meisterwerke
#01 Beethoven - Klaviersonate d-moll op 31 Nr. 2

Das starke Stück - Musiker erklären Meisterwerke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 8:21


Auf die Frage nach dem Schlüssel zu seiner Klaviersonate Opus 31 Nr. 2 antwortete Beethoven seinem Sekretär Schindler seinerzeit maulfaul, er solle doch mal in Shakespeares "Sturm" hineinschauen. Pianist Ronald Brautigam spricht über dieses Starke Stück.

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
#267/Architect David Thompson + Musical Guest Louise Cappi + A Few Minutes with Louisa Whitmore

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 51:58 Very Popular


Going back as far as Neutra and Schindler, it has always been hard as an architect to specialize in houses - and even harder to specialize in Modernist houses. Clients, even the most forward-thinking, collaborative, affluent clients, are time-consuming - when for the same amount of time you could design a 120,000 square foot office building for a much bigger fee. So those architects who are prolific with modernist houses and do it well are hard to find - and we love'em. Toshiko Mori, Annabelle Selldorf, Rick Joy, and past podcast guests Tom Kundig and Will Bruder are in this league, and with them, today's guest - architect and furniture designer David Thompson of Assembledge+ in Los Angeles. The son of architect Richard Thompson, David worked for Syndesis and Lorcan O'Herlihy before establishing Assembledge+ in 1997. David's houses are classic California Modernism, and if you want him to design your new house, lure him with sushi and a freshly-made Manhattan. Later on, musical guest Louise Cappi and a few minutes with TikTok design critic Louisa Whitmore.

Ramblin: An Amblin Podcast
Schindler's List (1993)

Ramblin: An Amblin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 111:57


We finally arrive at one of the most crucial films in both Spielberg's and Amblin's filmographies, 1993's Best Picture-winning SCHINDLER'S LIST. To help us in our examination of the film's portrayal of the Holocaust, Jewish life and Oskar Schindler, we're very lucky to be joined by Chief Executive of UK Jewish Film, Michael Etherton. Together we break down the film's aesthetic choices, Spielberg's motivations behind tackling this subject matter at this particular time and the ethics of trying to depict such an abhorrent moment in human history, let alone in a piece of popular entertainment. It's an understandably difficult area to explore, but we hope that you find the discussion illuminating. You can follow Michael on Twitter at @MichaelEth. To learn more about UK Jewish Film, please visit https://ukjewishfilm.org/ or follow them at @UKJewishFilm. The 2022 UK Jewish Film Festival runs from 10-20 November. Information on the programme and purchasing tickets can be found here: https://ukjewishfilm.org/festival/uk-jewish-film-festival-2022/ Follow the podcast on Twitter (@RamblinAmblin) and be sure to like and subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Get in touch with us either via Twitter or email rambinaboutamblin@gmail.com. Please feel free to give us a 5-star review, share your favourite Amblin movies and tell us if ET makes you cry. Ramblin is created and produced by Andrew Gaudion and Joshua Glenn. A special thanks as always to Emily Tatham for the artwork, and Robert J. Hunter & Greg Sheffield for the theme music.

Poker Central Podcast Network
Poker Masters Kicks Off & Jeremy Ausmus Wins Event #1

Poker Central Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 31:19 Very Popular


The 2022 Poker Masters is running at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas, and both Donnie Peters and Tim Duckworth are there on site. Thursday saw the first event of the series wrap up, with Jeremy Ausmus topping Nick Schulman in heads-up play to get the $204,000 victory. Remko Rinkema speaks with Ausmus after his win and the hosts recap the series' early action. Plus, there is news regarding Ali Imsirovic, Jake Schindler, and the PokerGO Tour (PGT).

The Meat Mafia Podcast
#107: Dr. Bill Schindler (@drbillschindler) - How to Eat Like a Human

The Meat Mafia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 73:55


Bill Schindler may be most well-known for his role in the National Geographic series, The Great Human Race, where he and survival expert Cat Bigney lived as our most primitive ancestors did. He now owns a restaurant and store called The Modern Stone Age Kitchen, where he cooks amazing quality food and hosts events to inspire others to learn the art of cooking. He has also written a book called Eat Like a Human, which dives into our ancestral way of eating and what Bill believes to be the species-appropriate diet for humans. In our conversation with Bill we cover a ton of ground. We talked about his journies through Africa with his family visiting different tribes, exploring different cuisines, learning to cook your meals, the significance of meat as the cornerstone of the human diet, and which “healthy” foods to avoid.

The Weird Works! Podcast
Episode 36: Bill Schindler, Eat Like A Human

The Weird Works! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 75:33


In episode 36 of The Weird Works! Podcast, Dr. Kristy Harvell sits down with Dr. Bill Schindler. Bill is an experimental archaeologist and food anthropologist and he taught at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, where he created the Eastern Shore Food Lab, an innovative teaching, learning, and production space. He traveled the world, from Mongolia to the Kenyan to the jungles of Thailand, to learn in person from the people what foods they eat, the tools that they use to prepare the food, and the methods our ancestors used. Bill is the author of Eat the Like a Human as well as the owner of his brand-new restaurant and teaching facility, Modern Stone Age Kitchen which he opened in November of last year. You can listen to The Weird Works! Podcast on any of your favorite podcast listening platforms or watch the podcast video on our YouTube Channel. Get the link to both right here https://www.healthbydesignfl.com/the-weird-works-podcast   Links: https://modernstoneagekitchen.com/ https://eatlikeahuman.com/ https://www.facebook.com/drbillschindler https://www.instagram.com/drbillschindler/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB-jaEINDeUQYT2yaE0Afjg/videos www.9010lifestyle.com www.drkristyharvell.com www.healthbydesignflorida.com

Detective and Mystery – Retro Radio Podcast
Philip Marlowe – The Baton Sinister. ep50, 490917

Detective and Mystery – Retro Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 29:39


A tapestry found under a tomb is about to bring danger and adventure to Philip Marlowe. Bullets fly before Philip can meet with his client, Schindler. The museum piece, and…

Gettin' Greasy
Gettin' Greasy Does Schindlers List... For Some Reason.

Gettin' Greasy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 124:26


For some reason Zach wanted to review Schindler's list. So here it is. Also we had a blast with out guest Missy Monica G or Missy G or whatever the hell she's going by these days. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gettingreasy/support

Hand aufs Harz - Der Handball-Podcast
#75 mit Christoph Schindler | Der Aufstiegs-Architekt des VfL Gummersbach

Hand aufs Harz - Der Handball-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 122:30


Der VfL Gummersbach mischt wieder die LIQUI MOLY HBL auf! Geschäftsführer Christoph Schindler ist inzwischen seit 12 Jahre als Spieler und Funktionär beim VfL und hat alles miterlebt. Der 39-Jährige nimmt euch in der neuen Folge „Hand aufs Harz“ mit auf eine Reise durch die Geschichte des VfL Gummersbach: Vom Gewinn des Europapokals, über die Schockstarre, nachdem der Bundesliga-Dino in die 2. Handball-Bundesliga abgestiegen ist, bis hin zur Neuausrichtung und die Rückkehr in die „stärkste Liga der Welt“. Viel Spaß mit Folge #75 mit Christoph Schindler!

In This Episode: Everybody Dies
173: Greyhound (WWII Sub Movie)

In This Episode: Everybody Dies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 103:31


In this Episode: Our Heroes are talking WWII in this Twofer Hawat show. This week it's Greyhound starring Tom Hanks and the new sheriff from Stranger Things..! Tune in for some Naval gazing... get it..!? Follow Us: Our Website Twitter Instagram Facebook Items discussed (links to more info): Note - if the below links don't work in your podcast player please visit the show page at: https://ebd.fm/episodes/173 Gomez Catch Me if You Can The Terminal Cloud Atlas Get Low That Thing You Do Stuckmann Hunt for Red October Hitchcock Shyamalan Dunkirk 1917 Rosie the Riveter Spielberg Nolan Bums Rush Ken Burns Band of Brothers Dwayne The Rock Johnson Momoa Panama Absorbine Jr Alien Saving Pvt Ryan Spaceballs Batgirl The volume Mando Avatar 2 Velocipastor Stalekracker Penic Insurrection Snatch Paxton Father Cpt Desoya Stranger Things Us vs Billie Holiday This Is Us Netflix Marvel Monsters Inc Super Troopers District 9 Schindler's List Paddington 2 Brain Candy Leaving Las Vegas Last Boy Scout Big Trouble in Little China One Crazy Summer True Romance

For Your Listening Pleasure
Jason Brown - Two-Time Olympic Figure Skater

For Your Listening Pleasure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 57:56


I am excited to welcome two-time Olympian Jason Brown who became one of the youngest male figure skating Olympic medalists after winning a Bronze Medal at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Jason achieved international stardom at a young age, known for his craftsmanship on the ice. But he says no program has meant more to him than the one he took to the 2022 Beijing Olympic Games: a free skate routine to the soundtrack of “Schindler's List.” In this conversation, the Highland Park, Illinois native discussed how he faced a significant roadblock in 2018, failing to qualify for the Olympics, feeling burned out, and even contemplated retiring at age 23. After some time, Jason decided to commit himself to the sport and prioritized performing for his happiness, not to please outside forces. That dedication and mindset helped Jason reach his goal of attending the 2022 Olympics, where he earned a personal best in the free skate and short program.  Episode Resources: Jason Brown's 2022 Beijing Olympic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBgrmC_Vxvk (free skate routine) to the soundtrack of “Schindler's List” Download this episode of For Your Listening Pleasure wherever you get your podcasts! Make sure you follow us on Instagram @https://www.instagram.com/foryourlisteningpleasure/ (foryourlisteningpleasure)   Click https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3QIs28pC7TR4OMgPflPNOh?si=35775356c6554f52 (here )to listen to the For Your Listening Pleasure Theme Song Playlist on Spotify. To continue the conversation, feel free to DM me at https://www.instagram.com/foryourlisteningpleasure/ (https://www.instagram.com/foryourlisteningpleasure/) or email me at foryourlisteningpleasure@gmail.com.

WildFed Podcast — Hunt Fish Forage Food
The Fad-Free Diet: Oxalates, Superfoods & Common Sense with Dr. Bill Schindler — WildFed Podcast #148

WildFed Podcast — Hunt Fish Forage Food

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 82:05 Very Popular


We're back today with internationally-known archaeologist, primitive technologist, and chef, Bill Schindler. Bill's been on the show once before to discuss his book, Eat Like A Human, and he's back today to talk about the human diet, through the lens of his professional focus of ancestral human foods, food acquisition, and the traditional processing techniques we once used to make our food edible or more nutritious. After our recent episode with Sally Norton, which was episode #142 “Are Oxalates Destroying Your Health” — where we discuss oxalic acid and other oxalates in our food supply — Daniel wanted to get another opinion. We didn't tell Bill beforehand that we wanted to discuss this, as we wanted his honest and unbiased take on the subject. But, as it turns out he's been keenly interested in this topic for some time and has been actively cutting oxalates out of his own diet — with some pretty profound results. So, while Bill and Daniel discuss fad diets in general today, they really take their time exploring the issue of dietary oxalates, since — if they are as deleterious to our health as some allege — the ramifications are significant and affect most of us. So this is a continuation of a conversation we began with Sally Norton, and it's something Daniel would like to continue exploring over time, at least until he feels like he's gotten a pretty good handle on it. For now, he remains undecided. Not a total skeptic, but he's not drinking the kool-aid either. That said, he's been experimenting with his own diet a bit, by gently but consistently removing some of the highest oxalate foods he's been eating, which you'll also hear him discuss here today. He's not going all in, since he still has some doubts, and because he's grown progressively more allergic to dietary restrictions as he's matured, but he has noticed some anecdotal improvements in his own subjective experience. So for now, he'll keep pursuing it. In closing, Daniel got interested in wild foods — and in particular — hunting, fishing, and foraging — because he's interested in human diet and nutrition. Sometimes in the world of wild foods we get more focused on what we can eat rather than what we should eat. We don't mean that ideologically, but rather nutritionally. So, from time to time, we think conversations like this are helpful, because they remind us of why and how we got here: wanting to be our best and healthiest selves. We want that for you too, so we hope this interview helps you in that pursuit! View full show notes, including links to resources from this episode here: https://www.wild-fed.com/podcast/148

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A Logic of Violence | The Platonic Philosophy Series | Episode 1 (WiM202)

The "What is Money?" Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 176:36


In this special edition series, I will be joined by multiple thinkers and philosophers to discuss Platonic and Neoplatonic philosophy. This ongoing series of conversations will focus on the nature of goodness, truth, justice, freedom, beauty, reason, and love. My first guest in this series is the eminent cognitive scientist and philosopher John Vervaeke, and we examine D.C. Schindler's masterpiece "Plato's Critique of Impure Reason: On Goodness and Truth in the Republic."Be sure to check out Swan Private, the trusted Bitcoin financial services provider for high-net-worth individuals and businesses worldwide: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveGuestJohn's Twitter: https://twitter.com/vervaeke_johnPlato's Critique of Impure Reason: https://www.amazon.com/Platos-Critique-Impure-Reason-Goodness/dp/0813228247#:~:text=Plato's%20Critique%20of%20Impure%20Reason%20offers%20a%20dramatic%20interpretation%20of,real%20image%22%20of%20the%20good.PODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:Outline00:00:00 “What is Money?” Intro00:00:08 Swan Private00:01:37 Introducing the Book “Plato's Critique of Impure Reason”00:04:40 The Central Argument of the Book: Enriching Our Understanding of Reason00:08:34 Ratio (Science and Rationality) and Religio (Connectedness and Religion)00:11:22 Love as a Proper Proportioning in Service of the Whole00:15:15 The Deeper Meaning of Reason: “Love for What Is Real”00:18:09 A Return to the Contemplative, Non-Computational Account of Reason00:30:15 The Elusive “I”: The Impossibility of Framing the Process of Framing00:35:53 Theoria: To Contemplate, to Look in the Right Way, to Travel to See00:40:22 Misology: The Total Abandonment of Reason00:49:00 How Theory Shapes the Interpretation of Our Perceptions00:55:45 The Absolute Simultaneously Transcends and Includes the Relative01:09:15 The Inspiration of John's Neologism “Transjective”01:13:39 The Trivialization of Reason, Intellectual Impatience, and Hyperbolic Discounting01:22:14 Watch “Hard Money with Natalie Brunell” From Swan Studios01:23:00 Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth01:24:09 Printing Money Causes People to Lose Perspective on the Whole?01:28:16 Intellectual Impatience, Misology, and Totalitarianism01:34:10 “The Dictator Wins if He Can Make Everybody as Impulsive as Him”01:38:22 The Significance of Plato and the Idea of “The Good”01:45:44 The Good: The Unbreakable Promise of Intelligibility Always Tracking Reality01:50:43 Science is Based on the Ongoing Faith that Reality is Intelligible01:57:00 The Through-Line as the True-Line: Is There Universal Darwinism?02:03:34 The Distortions of Our Present “Cultural Cognitive Grammar”02:07:26 The Relationship Between the Dialectical and the Dialogical02:16:48 The Degree of Dialogical Connection Increases Collective Intelligence02:19:49 Entering Chapter 1: A Logic of Violence02:30:48 Substituting Faithfulness to The Logos with Totalizing Knowledge Brings Violence02:39:17 “Hitler Came to Power for A Reason”02:46:38 Using “Flatland” to Analogize the Transcendence of The Good02:56:28 “What is Money?” OutroSOCIALBreedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22?lang=enAll My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22 WRITTEN WORKMedium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ WAYS TO CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=1784359925317632528The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=true RECOMMENDED BUSINESSESSwan Private guides high-net-worth individuals and businesses in all areas of Bitcoin strategy: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveCrowdHealth offers an innovative health insurance model based on Bitcoin and community: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveOkcoin is an innovative and education-focused cryptoasset exchange platform—earn $50 in free Bitcoin by signing up at: https://okcoin.com/breedloveInvest with a licensed Bitcoin advisor through DAIM: https://daimio.typeform.com/RobertBreedloveJoin Me At Bitcoin 2023, pre-order your tickets now (for a chance to win 10M sats, use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://b.tc/conference/2023Automatic Recurring Bitcoin Buys and Withdrawals: https://www.swanbitcoin.com/breedlove/

The
Reversal, Reality, and Invisibility | The Platonic Philosophy Series | Episode 3 (WiM204)

The "What is Money?" Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 111:08


In this special edition series, I will be joined by multiple thinkers and philosophers to discuss Platonic and Neoplatonic philosophy. This ongoing series of conversations will focus on the nature of goodness, truth, justice, freedom, beauty, reason, and love. My first guest in this series is the eminent cognitive scientist and philosopher John Vervaeke, and we examine D.C. Schindler's masterpiece "Plato's Critique of Impure Reason: On Goodness and Truth in the Republic."Be sure to check out Swan Private, the trusted Bitcoin financial services provider for high-net-worth individuals and businesses worldwide: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveGuestJohn's Twitter: https://twitter.com/vervaeke_johnPlato's Critique of Impure Reason: https://www.amazon.com/Platos-Critique-Impure-Reason-Goodness/dp/0813228247#:~:text=Plato's%20Critique%20of%20Impure%20Reason%20offers%20a%20dramatic%20interpretation%20of,real%20image%22%20of%20the%20good.PODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:Outline00:00:00 “What is Money?” Intro00:00:08 Swan Private00:01:37 Breaking In: Reversal and Reality00:06:50 Socrates as the Living Symbol of Philosophy00:10:33 The Paradoxical Identity of Procession and Reversion00:17:07 How Socrates the Courage that Nobody Can Define00:21:04 The Dramatic Roles of Socrates and Christ00:27:04 The Sun, The Good, and the Mediating Third00:32:27 Sciencia Intuitivia00:37:01 The Deep Continuity Between Vision and Cognition, Mind and Biology00:40:37 The Pricing System as a Set of Perpetual Feedback Loops00:45:15 The Nature of the Absolute00:48:00 Could Causality be an Illusion?00:51:20 The Dramatic Structure of Knowledge00:51:58 Watch “Hard Money with Natalie Brunell” From Swan Studios00:52:44 Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth00:53:52 The 6th Sense: The Climax of a Film Is a Reversal00:57:19 Reciprocal Opening: How to Keep Falling Ever-Deeper in Love01:02:06 On Being Invisible01:04:45 The Difference Between Discovery and Invention…01:09:29 What is It About Self-Knowledge that So Closely Resembles The Good?01:13:05 “The Supreme Reality is Not Anything the Eye Can See, but the Power By Which the Eye Can See”01:19:36 Cybernetics, Organisms as Messages, and Purifying the Mediating Thirds01:25:35 Information: Surprise, Or, The Difference that Makes a Difference01:31:00 “One Must Love More Than Ideas In Order to Love Ideas Properly”01:35:32 The Mission of Socrates: Get Justice, Or Die Trying01:37:40 “The Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living”01:45:21 “Perfect Freedom is thus Identical to Absolute Obedience to What is Absolute”01:51:00 “What is Money?” OutroSOCIALBreedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22?lang=enAll My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22 WRITTEN WORKMedium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ WAYS TO CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=1784359925317632528The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=true RECOMMENDED BUSINESSESSwan Private guides high-net-worth individuals and businesses in all areas of Bitcoin strategy: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveCrowdHealth offers an innovative health insurance model based on Bitcoin and community: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveOkcoin is an innovative and education-focused cryptoasset exchange platform—earn $50 in free Bitcoin by signing up at: https://okcoin.com/breedloveInvest with a licensed Bitcoin advisor through DAIM: https://daimio.typeform.com/RobertBreedloveJoin Me At Bitcoin 2023, pre-order your tickets now (for a chance to win 10M sats, use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://b.tc/conference/2023Automatic Recurring Bitcoin Buys and Withdrawals: https://www.swanbitcoin.com/breedlove/